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Agriculture and Climate Change Meet at New Institute

Allison Morrill Chatrchyan becomes the Cornell Institute for Climate Change and Agriculture's first director Sept. 1.

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Spread of Asian Mosquitoes Could Fuel Disease Outbreaks

The Asian tiger mosquito is moving north as climate changes...

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Alumni, Staff Help Rebuild Town Hit by Hurricane Sandy

65 Cornellians pitched in to remove debris, build houses and create planters for recently returned senior citizens and veterans...

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PhD Student Videos Honored by the National Science Foundation

Their video submission to the 2013 IGERT Video and Poster Competition has been selected as one of 25 winning submissions...

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Gasland Part II Film Screening Brings out Concerned Environmentalists

The film maker traveled from the Gulf of Mexico to Texas and back up to the Delaware River basin to investigates the effects fracking...

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Potato May Help Feed Ethiopia in Era of Climate Change

With unpredictable annual rainfall and drought once every five years, climate change presents challenges to feeding Ethiopia...

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Adding Veggies to Your Diet Helps Cut Global Warming

Changing our diets and changing our consumer habits could significantly reduce nutrient inputs, greenhouse gas emissions, agricultural land use and cause positive health impact...

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Students Stage ‘Die-In’ to Encourage Cornell to Divest

Participants pretended to be dead victims of climate change and fossil fuel extraction at the die-in...

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N.Y.'s Climate Change Clearinghouse to Offer Info to All

Web-based, map-enabled reference library and climate database to be headquartered at Cornell....

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Cornell Research Helps Meet World's Crop Challenges

Little-known plant transport proteins may be key to easing ever-growing global food needs...